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3D printing gets even faster

November 12, 2018

The world’s fastest 3D printing speed has been upgraded to 1200mm/hour.

UNIZ, already maker of the world’s fastest 3D printers, has broken its own record with the new Slash Plus UDP.

In contrast to the average 20-50mm/hour speeds of the 3D printing industry, this new record speed is described as “nothing short of a technological marvel.” The speeds are achieved using the unique cUDP technology, developed by the engineers at UNIZ, which the company says can “greatly increase productivity and can lead to greater success for businesses.”

UNIZ 3D was established in San Diego, California in 2014, by Dr. Houmin Li. The company describes itself as “committed to producing bigger, better, and faster 3D printers to the benefit of all peoples and businesses.”

“This oncoming 3D printing revolution will shorten manufacturing times, reduce costs and greatly increase production and efficiency,” the company states.

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